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WP#13-A Framework for Data Center Energy Productivity

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Contributors:
Dave Anderson, Verari        Phil Morris, Sun Microsystems
Tahir Cader, Spraycool       Andy Rawson, AMD
Tommy Darby, TI                 Freeman Rawson, IBM
Nick Gruendler, IBM            Vikram Saletore, Intel
Rema Hariharan, AMD        Jim Simonelli, APC by Schneider Electric
Anne Holler, VMware          Harkeeret Singh, BT
Chris Lindberg, Intel           Roger Tipley, Hewlett-Packard
Gary Verdun, Dell               Christine Long, APC by Schneider Electric
John Wallerich, Intel

This paper introduces a new family of data center resource optimization metrics designated collectively as Data Center Productivity (DCP) metrics and presents the first derivative metric within this family called Data Center energy Productivity (DCeP). The DCeP metric provides a unique analytical tool that may be used to track the overall work product of a data center per unit of energy expended to produce this work. While DCeP in its current form is only applicable to improvements in a single data center, it is hoped that this work will provide a framework to develop similar metrics for comparing across different data centers.

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Posted at 03:22 AM on September 12, 2012 by Electrician Palmerston North

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Posted at 05:55 AM on August 14, 2012 by Plumber Palmerston North

well done

Congrats to the contributers.

Posted at 03:37 AM on April 10, 2012 by Meredith

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Thanks

Thank you for this.

Posted at 05:20 AM on April 03, 2012 by Tom Casty

well done

This paper introduces a new family of data center resource optimization metrics.

Posted at 08:13 AM on April 18, 2012 by Laura

Nice work

Nice work. Thank you for sharing.

Posted at 04:42 AM on February 16, 2012 by Mary

Thanks

Thanks for notice me about this.. Great post...full of good informations.

Posted at 05:46 AM on June 21, 2012 by Idee cadeau papa

good point

This paper introduces a new family of data center resource optimization metrics designated collectively.

Posted at 08:31 AM on October 03, 2011 by pachenko

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